Feature idea, would it be something

roger rstmp at iinet.com.au
Tue Jul 19 12:51:07 CEST 2005

Thanks Stephan for the answer. I just thought that the ~/Desktop/Autostart 
location got obsolete... obviously I was wrong!
You're right: Skippy works well when started from there... at least with 
Xfce... Anyway, why would you log in with KDE or Gnome :-)?


On Tue, 19 Jul 2005 10:16, Stephan Hässelbarth wrote:
> roger wrote:
> > More generally, what would the best practice be for automatically
> > executing a script (where I could put whatever I want) at startup when
> > using the session manager (the xinitrc is irrelevant I guess). I'm sure
> > there is some documentation out there on this topic, just give me a
> > pointer.
> Contents of the folder ~/Desktop/Autostart will be executed on XFCE4
> startup. Normally, it is sufficient to make some links pointing to the
> executables. In my case, I have korgac, torsmo, lineakd, skippy, devilspie
> and iconbox in there.
> IIRC, you can even place a shell script there, if you need a more
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